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  • Medals in Mauritius

    Posted May 19, 2015 in Zimbabwe

    Nomatter - Camfed bursary student

    Congratulations to 16-year-old Nomatter! The Camfed bursary student from Zimbabwe won a silver and a bronze medal in the 400m race at the 2nd African Youth Championships in Mauritius this April. She went on to beat her best at the COSSASA Athletics championships in Lesotho in May, and will be on her way to represent Southern Africa in the 400m in Colombia this July.

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    Primrose is the youngest child in a family of seven from the Nyanga District of Zimbabwe. Before receiving support from Camfed, she was regularly sent home from school for being unable to pay her school fees. But with a Camfed scholarship, Primrose obtained 9 passes at O-level and is now proceeding to the last two years of high school.

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